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questions about self-defense in the be united states of america. in recent years we've seen a dramatic increase in laws expanding the situation in which a person can legally use deadly force in response to a perceived threat. florida passed the first of this new wave of stand your ground laws in 2005. prior to 2005, florida law held that a person outside his home could not use deadly force and then claim self-defense if the person could have safely avoided the confrontation. this, quote, duty of safe retreat, closed quote, sought to prevent public disputes from escalating into violence. but the gun lobby pushed to change florida's law so people could shoot someone who threatened them without first trying to avoid a confrontation. florida wasn't the first state to adopt the stand your ground principle, but florida's 2005 law expanded the principle in several dramatic new ways. first, the law grants criminal and civil of immunity for use withs of deadly force -- for uses of deadly force in stand your ground situations. second, it replaces a defendant's burden of proving reasonableness wi
. stand your ground laws, like all self-defense laws, require the heightened showing of necessity. the particular version of florida's 2005 law differs drastically from other laws and from the common law of self-defense in three respects. first, these laws remove the common law duty to retreat. this emboldens individuals to escalate a situation. the duty to retreat implies a duty to safely retreat. second, they shift the reasonable presumption of ear. under the florida law, he may be presumed to be fearful. this removes the responsibility to affirmatively show the necessity to take a human ife. thirdly, it has the unintended effect of encouraging vigilante is some that normal law revents. i discuss all of these issues at length in my written testimony. i also analyze the empirical evidence. to say that these laws decrease the incidence of crime, i think here are correlations there, ut i have not found causal evidence. stand your ground has little impact on homicide reduction. they appear to correlate with an increase in certain types of violent crime. time does not permit me more
a heavy burden in order to justify such an act. "stand your ground" law's like all self-defense laws require this heightened showing of necessity. the particular version of "stand your ground" law's which began with florida's 2005 law differs drastically from other "stand your ground" law's and from the common law of self-defense in three important respects. first, these laws are meant the common law duty to retreat. this has the result of emboldening individuals to escalate confrontation as opposed to an alternative rule which would be escalate confrontation and the duty to retreat in place the duty to safely retreat creates second, these laws shift the legal presumptions regarding reasonableness of one sphere it under a florida type law the actors presumed to be reasonably in fear of imminent death if he is in his home or automobile and this presumption abrogates the need for someone who is responsible for homicide to affirmatively demonstrate the necessity of taking another human life. third these laws provide the unity for arrests and civil liability. this has the unintended effe
for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. surprise start, their top 10 defense...so it begs the question. who were those imposters in raider uniforms today? chip kelly's offense put up points like his old oregon nick foles got the start ovn ael vick and he >>> one reason for a surprise start, top 10 defense. who were the imposters in raider uniforms today? putting up points like the old oregon team. up 14-3. 2nd quarter, tj hayden fell down. going for cooper. 21-3 eagles. the raiders respond. ensuing drive, jennings, 8 start 20-10, now, before the first half ended the eagles would pack it on. plenty. wide open, 4th touchdown pass so far. eagles to the 28,-13 lead. davis, expressionless. now, the raider comeback would be without that man, mcfadden. hamstring again. back to work. jenkins fell down, jackson entered the end zone. jason defense just gutted by the 24-year-old quarterback. record-setting day. here is his 3rd to riley cooper. the 7th touchdown pass that ties an nfl record. raiders blown out by the eagles, 49-20. and oakland falls 3-5. >> i felt comfortable. i don't
your ground defense laws calling for states to qualify their standards which vary and are applied inconsistently. this is live coverage on c-span. >> young trayvon martin sought to defend himself because i strongly suspect that mr. zimmerman could not apprehend any lawful reason for a young black male to walk through his middle-class neighborhood. to mr. zimmerman, the blackness served as a crude roxy for criminality. this unfortunate outcome sends a twofold message. first, it tells floridians they can incorrectly profile lung -- young brack -- young black children, kill them, and be protected by standard ground laws. it sends a more ominous message to young black children for it consider myself fortunate to live in a jurisdiction that does not have stand your ground laws. what if it did? i have an african-american son who is just shy of his 13th birth date whose name ironically is trey. what advice would you give him? ie only responsible advice if lived in a standard grandeur is diction would be that if he ever felt seriously threatened by a stranger, that he would have to use a
your ground laws. we would hear how these laws have changed the legal definition of self-defense. the senate judiciary subcommittee hearing is two hours. [inaudible conversations] >> this hearing will be the subcommittee constitution civil rights and human rights will human rights will come to order. today's hearing is entitled "stand your ground" laws, civil rights and public safety implications of the expanded use of deadly force. we have a large audience in the room today. at the outset i want to note the senate rules prohibit any signs of aggravation or disapprobation, which would include outburst, clapping our demonstrations. if someone wishes to be witness to this hearing and can't attend in this room, there's another room available, room 226 in the dirksen building. we begin by providing opening remarks and then give my ranking member, senator cruz, an opportunity before returning for witnesses. the debate over "stand your ground" laws raises fundamental questions about self-defense and the united states of america. in recent years, we've seen a dramatic increase in laws e
to ask the e.u. for assistance. bulgaria's defense ministry began constructing the 107-kilometer fence along the turkish border last week. it expects to complete the project by february 2014. illegal immigrants who are not from syria are also entering the country through turkey. the bulgarian government has also announced a plan to tighten immigration controls to help reduce the influx. >>> a chinese newspaper has apologized for alleged misreporting by one of its journalists. police detained the reporter after he made allegations about corruption at a state-owned manufacturing company. the guangdong based "new express" had been demanding the release of 27-year-old chen yongzhou. the paper carried unprecedented front page articles on two consecutive days last week. but the "new express" ran a front page editorial on sunday in which it apologized to its readers. the article says the paper had failed to fully confirm the facts in the report. it says the way the "new express" demanded chen's release was improper and has damaged trust in the media. state-run xinhua news agency and other chi
defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world. also, michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. >>> and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a newfangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brett me to. i'll explain. >>> first, revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home? at first glance this is a story that is less about ethics and more about power. the great power gap between the united states and other countries, even rich european ones. the most illuminating response came from the former foreign minister of france. he said in a radio interview, let's be honest. we eavesdrop, too. everyone
't be accused of being vengeance, and that's a great challenge. >> now we have talked to some of the defense attorneys and they've told us it's a show trial. it's a charade. >> well, i don't think a test of any system is what the defense counsel say about it. >> reporter: but as hard as he tries to show it as a fair trial he keeps running into one obstacle after the next starting with the reputation of the venue itself guantanamo bay, where 114 detainees sit in these cells, most for 12 years. one of them cried out when he saw our cameras. >> please, we are tired. you leave us to die in this? tell the world the truth. let the world hear what's happening. >> 12 years. with no charges. >> that's one of the reasons i have a sense of urgency to try everybody that we can try. >> does it in any way taint what you're doing? >> i wouldn't characterize it as taint. i believe it influences people's perceptions. >> lesley staal joins us. this is remarkable. so what defense will they raise? >> well, we're in pretrial hearings at the moment and they've been going on and on and will go f
talked to some of the defense attorneys and they've told us it's a show trial. it's a charade. >> well, i don't think a test of any system is what the defense counsel say about it. >> reporter: but as hard as he tries to show it as a fair trial he keeps running into one obstacle after the next starting with the reputation of the venue itself, guantanamo bay, where 114 detainees sit in these cells, most for 12 years. one of them cried out when he saw our cameras. >> please, we are tired. you leave us to die in this? tell the world the truth. let the world hear what's happening. >> 12 years. with no charges. >> that's one of the reasons i have a sense of urgency to try everybody that we can try. >> does it in any way taint what you're doing? >> i wouldn't characterize it as taint. i believe it influences people's perceptions. >> lesley staal joins us. this is remarkable. so what defense will they raise? >> well, we're in pretrial hearings at the moment and they've been going on and on and will go for at least another year and at the moment the big issue is torture because all of the five de
and tennessee postponed trick or treating. >>> new this morning, defense secretary chuck hagel is speaking publicly about something he says causes division. nine 125i9s are refusing to issue military i.d. cards to same sex spouses of service members. that goes against pentagon policy. secretary hagel says he's taking action to remedy the situation. >> everyone who serves our country in uniform, everyone in this country, should receive all the benefits they deserve and they have earned. and in accordance with the law. everyone's rights must be protected. >> a senior defense official tells nbc news there are 114 national guard sites not complying with the policy. >>> the skies might be friendlier soon after a decision from the faa. airline passengers will now be allowed to use smart phones, tablets and ereaders on board that includes takeoff and landing as long as everything is in airplane mode. but you still can't make calls or send text messages. many are clamoring to be the first. >>> the new york police department's controversial stop and frisk policy is back in the news. a federal paerl
interception. the game is part of defense, approving why they are ranked number one. wolfer ins rushing. the worst output in michigan history. let's jump to the fourth. with under three minutes to go, msu puts the nail in the coffin. 40 yard touch down, langford a buck 20. it was the most lopsided win in the series since 1967. >> we shust robinson -- shut robinson down, it was a two-headed quarterback. how did we do it? played good defense. played our defense. there was no surprises. what they saw is what we saw. >> big 10 action, penn state and illinois look to get back on track after losing last week. sam finkin - tied at 17. to overtime. chrissian haken berg on third. kyle comes up big with a first td catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn. this is when nathan selhouse, his path tipped at the ends zone. penn state fired up and hold on for the win. >> how about wisconsin and iowa looking to break a record of 42 and two. second quarter wisconsin down six. star i have to peterson off a 44 yard touchdown. there's more where that came from. star vi pitch and catch. joel star vi with a 11
, the defense bill, move them all individually. there is not enough time when we talk about the calendar. there is not enough time to move all of the bills individually at this point. host: sarah from dover, pennsylvania. caller: good morning. i would like to change the subject a little bit if i can. i live on medicare. the medicare and food stamps -- i am surviving on $125 a week. if they take food stamps away from me -- the -- [indiscernible] he needs to feeds us first before he feeds anyone else. and also, we have a place to live. our guys come home from the service. they are losing because they have no place to live. i would like to see that to happen, too. thank you. host: there is a story in politico. the headline talks about the farm bill that it gets no respect, referencing rodney dangerfield. why is this an important discussion happening? guest: the last time we had a farm bill, that law expired in 2008. what is it, 2013? it has been five years since we had a new farm bill passed. the fact they are going into conference to sit down in both chambers, that is huge. that is somethi
bills yesterday without scoring a single touchdown on offense, but who cares when your defense can score two touchdowns? you know the chiefs were the worst team in the nfl last season. they won just two games. it's been an improbable turnaround. they have now won nine in a row. their best start in ten years. now the chiefs look ahead to a nice bye week, guys. and then they will be tested because people have said, well, the kansas city chiefs to a 9-0 start and haven't played anybody yet and haven't beat any good teams. they play the denver broncos twice in three weeks so we will see. >> it's hard to beat them twice in three weeks but 9-0 is impressive and no one guessed that. >>> coming up for us next, edward snowden manifest tow of truth is what he is calling it. he is ghademanding the u.s. dro espionage charges against him and why he is suggesting he is is not criminal. >>> a bizarre security breach at o'hare airport. an alligator on the loose in terminal 3! what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait. (baby crying) so you can deposit a check... with the touch of a finger. so you
morally defensible way and go in there for the chemical weapons and the more he thought about it and what was going on in the u.n. and what the ramifications were w. h, he decided no. he headed back to the united nation and threw it in their lap. >> bill, do you think any of these things will stick he has three years left. >> they are republican controversy. and they were trying to get the president involved. ronald reagan had the iran contra. and bill clinton had the lewinsky scandal and he survived and so far obama is surviving too. >> it will be interesting to he 15seewhat the next couple of mos will bring. >> straight ahead we'll hear from the husband of a woman in the central a center of a heartg story that has been a flash point of the suicide debate. >> and fantasy football. the idea of if you should be able to invest in your favorite players. >> start every morning, every day, 6am to 10 eastern with al jazeera america. (vo) gripping films from the world's top documentary directors. this sunday: it seemed like a normal adoption >> do you think this family has a lot of secrets? >> i
's veracity. and tonight they're trying to push back. white house aides began mounting an aggressive defense of why potentially millions of people who buy their own insurance were told by president obama they could keep their plans yet suddenly cannot. >> what we're talking about here is the 5% in the country who currently purchase insurance on the individual market. and that market has been like the wild west. >> reporter: that 5% in the individual insurance market translates into up to 14 million people. and the real question now about the wild west is whether the president was fast and loose with the facts. >> if you like your private health insurance plan, you can keep your plan. period. >> reporter: the white house is now adding all kinds of context and qualifiers saying what he meant is anyone who had insurance before health care was signed into law in march 2010 is grandfathered in, except on the third anniversary of the bill signing this march the president put out a written statement using the present tense declaring "if you like the plan you have, you can keep it." and on monday ni
vengeance. that's a great challenge. >> we have talked to some of the defense attorneys and they have told us it's a charade. >> i don't think any system what the counsel says about it. har har hard as he tries to see that it's a fair trial, he keeps running into one obstacle after the next. starting with the reputation of guantanamo where 164 detainees sit in the cells, most for nearly 12 years. except for the 9/11 five, most have not been charmed. cried out when he saw our cameras. >> you leave us to die? let the world hear what's happening! >> 12 years. no charges. >> that's one of the reasons i have a sense of urgency to try everyone we can try. >> does this taint what you are doing? >> i don't believe it taints but influences perceptions. >> joining us this is remarkable. what defense will they raise? >> we are in pretrial hearings at the moment and they have been going on and on and will go for another year. at the moment the big issue is torture. all of the five defendants this is the 50 trial from 9/11. all of the defendants were taken to these black sites and subm
more defensive in her responses, rather than yesterday. yesterday was the apology, today, what they're doing to fix it. >> we're hearing a lot in the last few days about americans receiving notices that they will not be renewed next year for their health care insurance. can we expect specifics today from secretary sebelius? >> not quite sure how many specifics we're going to get beyond yesterday. they're trying to explain the difference between president obama saying if you have health insurance, you'll be ail to keep it. in fact, some people are being thrown off the roles. they will explain that there was some fine print there, which basically meant if your health insurance plan changed after the health care law took effect, then it was possible that you would not be able to continue to keep that, but if it was the same before the health care law took effect, then you can keep it. obviously, it's very confusing and it's not exactly in line with what the president said. that's a huge contribution that the white house and see bellous are going to have a hard time explaining. >> we'll
the site's flaws and glitches as they're called. this as the white house finds itself on defense over a poor signup numbers to date. >> our goal is to get as many people done as possible. i can promise you the first enrollment numbers which are released later this month are not going to be what we want them to be. no question about that. website hasn't worked really when it's worked but we take responsibility for that, take responsibility for the errors, responsibility for fixing it. >> i think the government is inherently inhe want. government has to do certain things. there's a certain safety net. there's national defense, there's roads, a judiciary but government shouldn't take on new opportunities or new things to do when it's not managing what it has now. jenna: two different opinions there. chief white house for respondent ed henry talking to us. we encourage people to sign up for obamacare. we have very limited numbers at this point but do we have any indication about how this is affecting enrollment? >> certainly one interesting piece of new information today, jenna, you have
/3 of the federal budget is basically medicare, medicaid, social security, defense spending and interest on the public debt. that is where the money is, that is where we're going to make any progress inwe reducing spendingn the future we have to focus our attention. >> host: carl from chicago, illinois, on the line for democrats. you're on with mr. hoagland. >> caller: good morning, gentleman. mr. hoagland, you're saying a balance between spending and revenues. i think thatth you got it wrong. this is where the problem is in my eyes. in 2000 we had a balanced budget anhad surplus. republican chose to take all the surplus and borrow money to have tax cuts, okay? they said that we could have a war. in six weeks it wasn't going to cost as you dime. that wasn't true. it cost us a trillion or two dollars, maybe one or two trillion doll -- $2 trillion. we had the recession where americans lost 30% of their net worth and lost gdp because the recession started in 2007. gdp in 2007 and 8. which probably comes to maybe about, comes to maybe about a couple of trillion dollars. this is not about the
selling into the rally? raising cash? what? >> i'm saying you have to be defensive in your choices here. of your risk money, i think you have to have a very significant amount of it in defensive position. so, what i might do is be looking at value stocks as opposed to growth stocks. i might be looking at midcaple and large cap value stocks. i might be looking at staples, the consumer stams have been leading, but only for about a month. those are traditionally a defensive place to be. >> david, you think we're in a phase where a lot of what's going on is performance-chasing. we've already had great performance in the he cequity markets for the last few years. now people want to get on board and be part of that, right? >> right. i do think that still. i mean, i think that in general there were a lot of macro headwinds that kept money on the sidelines. those macro headwinds, i.e., government shutdown, debt ceiling issues, we're through them and it looks like people are much more focused on stock-specific right now. you look at the vix options volume. the lowest it's been all year. i think
defense as an employer if you offer this type of training to your employees. >> no. they don't have to worry about anything. this is stupid. they have paid lawyers on the payroll. somebody comes at you, you defend it you don't force your people to do that. >> this is why you are not running the fox news channel. >> no. there are many other reasons. [ laughter ] >> many, manier reasons. >> another crazy school district this one in jersey. we just got through wisconsin. didn't we solve this. >> we did good in wisconsin. >> we did. they had a fold and let the kids sing christmas carols and now in new jersey. >> they get to sing them in december. >> in the context of the holiday. >> they're good. >> yelled at doris same thing going none new jersey. what happened. >> fourth and fifth graders would like to perform winter concert that has some christmas carols in it and they decided that is not allowed anymore. >> who is they. >> couple parents suggested we don't want to hear christmas carols in the winter concert and so the lawyers. >> do you have the name of the parents? >> no. >> come o
miller up the middle. geno atkins, the standout defensive tackle, for the bengals. all-pro, torn acl. done for the season. 16 seconds to go. dolphins down three. caleb sturgis from 44 yards out. dolphins tie it at 20-20. they go to overtime. the third nfl game in history to end on an overtime safety. miami by two. >>> bulls at home for the first time. derrick rose back home for the first time in a long time. and he's still got game. final 11 seconds. the bulls have missed their last nine shots. and rose was just 6 of 22 before hitting that. it proves to be the game-winner. bulls, 82-81. >> that's going to be a really exciting season in the nba. >> i wish we had more time to talk about it. >> but we don't. >> we don't. >>> good morning, america. >> thank you, guys. >>> some incredible coordination and more than a little intestinal fortitude makes this our "play of the day." it involves a skydiver named katie hanson. >> this is the video from her helmet cam. maybe you can see that moving object on the road below. it's a yellow convertible. >> that's incredible. she had a seat for herse
at halftime the bills are looking for more. guess whole has the pickoff. going 100 yards, chiefs defense scored both t.d.'s for kansas city, 43-20 the final. chiefs have a bye next week. 49ers enjoying a bye week, and host the carolina panthers next week. the panthers took care of the falcons today. cam newton through for 230 yards. 'panthers, the 34-10 victory. >> upset alert. seattle hosting winless tampa bay and the bucs up 21-0 after this pass from mike james. seattle had won their last 11 at home. russell wilson ties it at 24. and in overtime, the 27-yard field goal. seahawks now a game and a half up on the 49ers with the 27-24 victory. >> the champions tour ending their season at harding park with two story lines. will fred couples win his first event of the year and will it bell kenny perry or bernhard langer to win the title. bernhard langer needed a win, tied for fifth or worst. but the ties for second at 11-under. perry finished tied for fifth at 10-under. langer knows he is not worthy this year. fred couples playing scoreless. langer takes the tournament with six strokes. 17 u
's blitzing or changing his defensive scheme. >> although seeming complete opposites, the two professions are strikingly similar. and it all starts with practice. as leaders their work starts before either of them steps foot on their respective stages. both spend countless hours poring over every detail of individual playbooks, be it to compose a score or coach's game plan. as important as everyday physical task on the field. >> very much so. you have to go out and put the work in in the meeting room and film study throughout the course of the week so that you can bring the energy you can bring the enthusiasm, but you can also bring a level of excellence out there. >> you've got to know what you're going for. what we're doing at the level we're trying to do it you have to prepare. >> reporter: because come game day the responsibility lies squarely on their shoulders. >> what do you look at? i look at erg. i look at defensive linemen, linebacker, time on the clock, the sideline, there's a lot that's going on. >> i think it's important for me to understand the function
he killed his girlfriend back in february. he contends he shot her in self-defense. thinking she was an intruder. and finally, archaeologist off the coast of north carolina have recover add pirate treasure. yesterday they raised five cannons from the ocean floor that belong to the infamous pirate black beard. she was found in a boat wreck card that dates back to 1717. the archaeologists say it looks like it was made in sweden which hints that black beard bout or stole his equipment from different countries. >> thank you. al jazeera america, with just a few months to ago, is russia ready for the winter olympics. and the nba regular season getting underway tonight, when we return, michael eaves is here with a day in sports. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend tha
wendy davis was shot and killed in florida last year by a man citing the law in his defense. >> the person that shot and killed my son is walking the streets today. and this law does not work. >> sabrina fulton is the mother of trayvon martin, he was shot and killed by george zimmerman. the case made headlines and put the law in the national spotlight. george zimmerman did not sues stand-your-ground as his defense, claiming self-defence. the judge cited an aspect of stand-your-ground during jury instructions. the overlapping elements of stand-your-ground and self-defence can be confusing, with self-defence you would go to trial to convince a judge or jury. with stand-your-ground, it's a motion considered even before trial. >> i was justified in killing this person because it was kill or be killed. >> if the judge agrees with you, there is no trial. >> in washington lawmakers are looking at all sides of this argument - hearing from supporters of the law. >> they protect law-abiding citizens leaving a place where they are allowed to be >> reporter: is there anything congress
administration on defensive for another day. kathleen sebelius called the website a debacle. the president went on fe defense today comparing it to another launch that had it's share of problems. >> before obamacare there was romney care. visiting boston president obama said the come p comparison stil. you had a model that we built the affordable care bein care bs temperaturtelltemplate. >> the president says they'll be happier with a new plan. >> if you are getting that deal could mean a higher monthly ctv. zblrntle on dpol hill the republicans attacked the changes. kathleen sebelius was the second in a number of days to apologize for the healthcare.com debacle. the applicants financial data could be compromised. >> would you shutdown the system and give a security test. >> no sir if you read the memo. >> >> i have read it. >> the weekly testing of the devices and including interface testings daily and weekly scans are going on. taken together the problems with the launch have given the republicans an opening to regain footing. >> it's the president's ultimate spoferencibility, correct. spofer
by accident and lived to tell about it, yes. in the faa's defense, there's a difference between idol cell phones on takeoff and landing and dozens of devices uploading and downloading data. it made sense to go slowly. it makes sense to go this. concerns about passengers being distracted during risky times of flight. when things go wrong on rare occasions they do, it happens during takeoff and landing. books and magazines distract us too. that argument didn't hold much water. it made sense to wait. >> i understand the argument that maybe they are distracted. but i just - what i don't really understand is why it took so long to determine electronically and to do all the technical studies that they need that show that it never had any effect. as you say, there were plenty of people who probably had their phones on. >> no, no question. and look, the faa has sort of taken the global lead in doing this. different parts of the world have gone at different speeds. there are places in the world where you can use a cell phone during flight. you can't do that in the united states. but the faa, in th
idea? >> to continue the falcons theme here, back then the defensive coordinator took over for dan reeves. right now they are talking about the defensive coordinate forfor denver, jack del rio, who is also head coach at jacksonville back in the day. not a very good one, i might add. but at this point, you have peyton manning as your quarterback, you just need someone who can fog up the maror so fox can get back -- >> i like that. fog up the mirror. keep them warm. right. so let's stay with the nfl here. dolphins jonathan martin, this week, he left the team after an parent prank in the cafeteria. there were reports he was bullied by teammates. today the team issued a statement saying in part our primary concern for jonathan is his overall health and well-being. as an organization we take any accusations of player misconduct seriously. the notion of bullying is based on speculation that hasn't been presented to us as a concern for jonathan or anyone else internally. what do you make of this story? >> let's put this in perspective. i've done reporting on this over the last couple of d
to be fired while players and parents are rushing to their defense. halloween brings out costumes. >> it does. >> let's back it up. tell us more about where the coaches were and what happened. >> last week we were talking about the university of colorado dean who was putting out these letters to students. one of the things they were telling them is to not dress up in black face. these coaches did dress up like the jamaican bobsled team on halloween, putting this picture up on facebook with the caption cool runnings. the fallout begins. there was a parent who saw the picture on facebook, thought it was offensive and called the xal. now t now the coaches are under investigation. they did apologize to their team but they are still being investigated by the school. >> there's been mixed reaction. some understandably upset. they're not setting a good example for anybody. some of the players who have spoken out, defending them. >> there are both black and white people coming to their defense and saying what's offensive about this? we really don't see the big deal. they were dressing up like this fo
have northrop grumman, from the defense sector, bank of america. i mean this all sound very good but are we really safe from cyber attacks at this very moment? >> we're not even close and i don't think the effort that's underway right now in today's meeting a part of is getting us very close. we're not talking about anything close to security standards that companies can implement. there is a lot of fear out there that the government will tell us how we need to protect our networks? do we need to use this software or that hardware. we're so far away from that it is almost mind boggling. i'm not even sure what the strategy is at this point. ashley: let me bring in on that note, governor ridge. that is the big question, isn't it? getting the public and private sector to work together. why is that such a challenge? >> i think it shouldn't be a challenge but i think it is. it is ironic that today the president with his executive order meeting with private sector who own, operate and would be responsible for securing the critical infrastructure of this country. while i think it is a v
from the daughter of martin macneill. the utah doctor accused of killing his wifr. the defense tried to discredit the key witness trying to show the jury that she changed her story and may have had a motive to lie. jean casarez is "outfront." >> miss summers, if you will come forward again. >> reporter: day two of the hostile cross-examination of the daughter alexis turned downright combative. >> you've made up the story that you told today. >> no. >> you were not giving accurate information one time or the other? >> i'm not 100% sure on this. >> you've never, ever related this before. have you? >> to you? >> to me or to anybody. >> an effort by defense attorney randy spencer to catch her in lies, impeach her testimony, and prove she wanted revenge against her father for having an affair. >> it is not as important to get accurate information on informal e-mails back and forth. >> that's not what i said. >> the attack on her credibility as the prosecution' star witness against her father was relentless. macneill is accused of compelling his wife michele to have a facelift. then during
, this is a big deal, we thought we worked out a compromise, nsa threw a couple defensive tools into the blackberry. now he uses his blackberry. let me give you the backdrop to that story, joe, mika. the most powerful man on earth, the most powerful man in the most powerful nation on earth was just told that his communications were susceptible to intercept by dozens of foreign embassies inside his own national capitol. we didn't render garments. we didn't protest. we realized. that's the way things are. >> you aren't shocked by angela merkel's phone being monitored? >> no. >> is this like the new tie tony blair was going to we're before he left his house? >> general can i ask you a question, is it surprising to you, does it raise questions when the president of the united states says he wasn't aware after this kind of under surveillance and monitoring was under way? should the president know or not know? what is your impression of that? >> i am kind of in the same place that senator colins was. you would have thought he would have known. on the other hand, i can imagine circumst
on european citizens. it represents information that we and our nato allies have collected in defense of our countries and in support of military operations. >> the intelligence chiefs also warned that trying to curb data collection could put the u.s. at risk. danielle nottingham, cbs news, capitol hill. >>> nsa chief keith alexander also said spying on allies is commonplace and a two-way street. he was questioned by minnesota republican michele bachmann. >> is it your experience that allies of the united states have spied on allies historically? >> yes. >> or even as we speak? >> yes. >> a bipartisan plan introduced yesterday would allow the government to seek records relating to ongoing terrorism investigations. >>> a 13-year-old california boy who was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy was buried tuesday, but the circumstances surrounding andy lopez's death prompted protests and calls for justice. bigad shaban reports. >> reporter: family and friends of 13-year-old andy lopez gathered at his funeral mass to say their final good-byes. many still struggle to make sense of his death. >> i
it syndrome? >> well, clearly the iraqis have to take care of their own defense. the united states has made an incredible investment in helping the people of iraq. they have to take responsibility for the defense of their own country. there is a role that the united states can play, but it's not going to be a military role. >> all right, senator. what about your position on the finance committee? i want to ask you about the impact of the food stamp cutbacks. one estimate indicates every dollar in food stamps leads to $1.70 in economic activity. aside from the obvious impact to the recipients, could cutting food stamps actually slow the economy? >> absolutely. this hurts our economy. we've already seen some self-inflicted wounds with the government shutdown and threatening our national credit. now with the food stamp program, recipients receiving less funds and even threatened further cuts, that hurts our economy. and it hurts people. it hurts people that are very vulnerable. the nutrition is critically important. it's important for young people. it's important for their ability to learn, fo
on the defense. peter weinberg. they're going to join us for the remainder of this halloween special "squawk box." coming right back. mine was earned orbiting the moon in 1971. afghanistan in 2009. on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. (vo) our new planes don't fly any faster. but it sure feels that way. because with power ports... and wi-fi... and in-seat entertainment, for everyone on board, now when you fly, time flies too. (flight attendant) sir, we're about to land. (vo) we're adding a brand new plane, with all this, every week. it's just one way we're building the new american. >>> oh, mr. turtle. >>> ahead on the "squawk" ceo call, the company that specializes in information solutions for the government including cyber security intelligence and h
of domestic violence, florida's "stand your ground" law and self-defense. marissa alexander claims she was trying to scare after hur husband when she fired a sickle shot into the wall. >> i believed when he threatened to kill me, that's what he was going to do. >> reporter: now she's getting a a second chance to prove it. she said she was in the bathtub when her husband came after her. >> he managed to get the door open. he strangled me, put his hands around my neck. >> reporter: she managed to get away, grab her gun, and fired. before her first trial, florida attorneys tried to use the florida "stand your ground" law arguing she was immune from prosecution because she feared for her life. >> had i not discharged my weapon at that point, i would not be here. >> reporter: the court denied her claim. it then took a florida jury just 12 minutes to convict her of aggravated assault. she was sentenced to 22 years in prison. it called for a new trial. free marissa campaigns sprung up. this is an example of how domestic violence is often viewed. >> so much of the time when it comes to domesti
traction again today. that appears to be their defense against the health care debacle did dennis: she said sorry but didn't really mean it. what led to the disaster that is obamacare? secrecy. this according to our next guest, a reporter for tech crunch joining us now. you had a nice line in a column you referred to in "the daily beast." the president's signature bill is a culture of authoritarianism, cronyism and secrecy. >> secrecy is destroying obamacare. he refuses to let the public participate in the website. dennis: how so? >> there are three major aspects to secrecy destroying the website. first of all big government contractors are really the only ones who have access to even build the website in the first place. so it favors companies who have put more money into lawyers and lobbyists than programs. dennis: instead of hiring amazon or something. go ahead. >> the second part is it is pretty standard practice in the tech industry to solicit the best ideas from the rest of the world and bring those ideas in. dennis: open source movement. and this is not open source. >> no, no, no. cg
largest increase in defense spending in more than two decades, money spent mainly improving the ability to staining amphibious assaults. >> a new government report claims some homeland security workers have been abusing an overtime program at a cost of $9 million every year. six offices are investigated, one finding employees got two hours of overtime every day, but spent most time watching t.v., surfing the web or relaxing at their desk. >> federal budget cuts starting today will take food off the table for millions of americans. $5 billion was cut from the program known as snap. the reason, congress didn't renew a boost of the program that it got four years ago. the move affects more than 47 million people who receive food stamps. anyone getting food stamps will now have to cut back on groceries, meaning a family of four receiving the maximum allotment will see benefits cut by $36 a month. those cuts will affect people who aren't on food stamps, and every food dollar spent creates $1.73 in economic growth. >> there are no clashes in egypt, security forces fired tear gas at anti coup p
at griffin here, he'll time the move and smothered john felman's shot. look you kids that's help defense. morgan, help defense. griffin had 20 points and 17 boards. six minutes left. kings by two. chris paul for three. paul, three of five. later in the fourth la up by one, paul with a lob to deand re jardan, 26 points, 10 assist, a third straight double, double. clips win it. >> turning to the nhl. semon varlamov was back on the ice just two days after he was arrested on third degree assault charges after he allegedly kicked his girlfriend in the chest and dragged her by the fair. after posting $5,000 bond, semon varlamov was given permission to travel with the team to dallas. he has a restraining order to prevent him seeing his girlfriend. the coach started semon varlamov against the stars. he stopped 27 of 29 shots. the avalanche approving to one and 11. usc continues its climb to respectability since lane kipen was dismissed after the 3 and 2 start. the troejans facing oregon state. first place from scrim ig. watch cody looking for someone deep. finding mark eastly, he's so wide open
defensive. the reality is the nsa has saved thousands of lives not just in the u.p.s. but france and germany and throughout europe. we're trying to gatherable against that helps us and helps the europeans. >> there are reports that the president did know that angela merkel's cell phone was being tapped. >> talk about a confounding story in terms of not understanding the concept as to why we would do this. why it would go unknown by the president if it was. david ignatius can you put this in perspective and snowden's role. is he still such a menace or is he revealing things we need to know? >> first about nsa collection, it seems increasingly clear if nsa could collect a signal it would. and just add to this ever greater pile of data. analysts couldn't possibly have gone through and made sense of all the signals that they had access to. in terms of spying on the world leaders, the 35 world leaders which is the latest thing that's riled the europeans and people all over the world, it's hard to imagine, if you captured something of interest from angela merkel's cell phone that reference to that
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